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 VAC Video List
This extremely popular and sought after film by film maker Ellen Spiro, had the members of the Airstream Mailing List tied in knots for weeks over the question of how to get hold of a copy.
Well, now we know for sure how to obtain the film - so here's the definitive link.
www.airstream.net /videos.html   (832 words)

  
 Interview with Film Composer Anthony Adams
Composers are the last to come in and unfortunately you deal with people who have been with this film for years.
They are very wise to have included that in their film studies, because music is a vitally important element in a piece of film.
He and his editor cut the film to temporary music tracks, then Alex North came in and composed in essence a brilliant score that was not used.
www.hollywoodlitsales.com /archives/anthony_adams.shtml   (2897 words)

  
 Doogan's Views - Todd's Samurai Classics (7 DVDs reviewed)
Yojimbo and a hesitant Gentetsu nurse them back to health and that's just about when the film really kicks in and all hell breaks loose.
The music feels like something pulled out of a John Ford film and the wide vista shots make Japan look like the American West.
is a pretty fun film on so many levels.
www.thedigitalbits.com /doogansviews/072005.html   (2585 words)

  
 Uzumaki (2000)
It is a film whose plot (divided into four chapters) is not so much an arc as it is a line that progresses through an atmosphere of steadily accumulating weirdness from the normal and everyday to the bizarrely apocalyptic.
Part of the film’s trippy weirdness is that it never offers any particular explanation as to why spiral patterns are affecting such bizarrely obsessive behaviour and mutations.
Indeed the more one thinks about it, the more film seems to be actively constructed as the visual equivalent of a mushroom trip.
www.moria.co.nz /horror/uzumaki.htm   (352 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Halle Berry
Berry’s big-screen debut came when she played a crack addict in the film Jungle Fever (1991) by American director Spike Lee.
Berry has also appeared in X-Men (2000), playing a female superhero, and in the action film Swordfish (2001) with John Travolta.
Her first professional role came in a short-lived television comedy series called Living Dolls (1989), and she also had a part in the early 1990s on the drama series Knots Landing.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_701509045/Halle_Berry.html   (401 words)

  
 Guardian Unlimited Film News Deep Throat, back on a screen near you
And now the infamous porn film Deep Throat - featuring Linda Lovelace, famous for her ability to perform certain acrobatic feats in relation to oral sex- is to be re-released in the US, and, according to industry insiders, is likely to reach UK screens.
Linda Lovelace, able to tie herself in knots for the Deep Throat cameras, is set to return to UK screens if the 70s porno classic is rereleased here.
The company that owns the rights to the film, Las Vegas-based Arrow Productions, is now striking prints of the movie, according to the journal Variety.
film.guardian.co.uk /news/story/0,12589,1408888,00.html   (446 words)

  
 Film Journal 2005
When the film attempts to be scary or atmospheric it is effective, but the film keeps making detours eventually tying the film in so many knots that it doesn't make a lick of sense.
This film is far too busy for its own good, with the story within a story within a story that pushes its post-modernist fun to the breaking point where it becomes tedious and annoying.
The film is let down whenever it tries to go for big payoffs within these characters (the final fistfight works but the studio implemented payoff to the fistfight doesn’t ring true to the characters).
www.bentclouds.com /journal05.html   (2460 words)

  
 Film Journal 2005
When the film attempts to be scary or atmospheric it is effective, but the film keeps making detours eventually tying the film in so many knots that it doesn't make a lick of sense.
This film is far too busy for its own good, with the story within a story within a story that pushes its post-modernist fun to the breaking point where it becomes tedious and annoying.
The film is let down whenever it tries to go for big payoffs within these characters (the final fistfight works but the studio implemented payoff to the fistfight doesn’t ring true to the characters).
www.bentclouds.com /journal05.html   (2380 words)

  
 Index of /wiki/en/li/
List of films preserved in the United States National Film Registry
List of monasteries dissolved by Henry VIII of England
List of military aircraft of the Soviet Union and the CIS
www.yotor.com /wiki/en/li   (1174 words)

  
 Film Journal 2005
When the film attempts to be scary or atmospheric it is effective, but the film keeps making detours eventually tying the film in so many knots that it doesn't make a lick of sense.
This film is far too busy for its own good, with the story within a story within a story that pushes its post-modernist fun to the breaking point where it becomes tedious and annoying.
The film is let down whenever it tries to go for big payoffs within these characters (the final fistfight works but the studio implemented payoff to the fistfight doesn’t ring true to the characters).
www.bentclouds.com /journal05.html   (2460 words)

  
 Film Origins
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local44.org /film-origins-2.htm   (69 words)

  
 1895
USS Texas (1895) Displacement: 6,316 t Length: 308.8 ft Beam: 64.1 ft Draft: 22.5 ft mean, 24.5 ft max Speed: 17.8 knots...
1895 in film See also: 19th century in film 1894 in film 1895 1896 in film years in film film Events Auguste and Louis L...
USS Saint Paul (1895) The capital of Minnesota.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /topics/1895.html   (69 words)

  
 Articles - Gary Riley
Gary Riley is an American character actor who has appeared in film and in television.He is well known for his role in the 1986 hit film Stand by Me as Charlie Hogan,and as Dave Frazier in the 1987 comedy hit film Summer School.
Gary Riley has appeared on some movies made for TV,his last known film he was in was the 1996 film Fear.
He has made guest appearances in some tv shows,some of those appearances range from Knots Landing, Growing Pains, Amazing Stories, and Airwolf.
www.thinkportable.com /articles/Gary_Riley   (109 words)

  
 Soundarya @ TeluguPeople.com Cinema - The Entire Spectrum of Telugu Movie
The actress recently tied nuptial knots with her distant relative Mr.
The film ‘Dweepa’ bagged her three State Awards – Best Actress, Best Film, and Best Cinematography.
Soundarya has of late produced a film in her mother tongue Kannada, under Girish Kasaravalli’s direction.
www.telugupeople.com /cinema/profile.asp?artistId=52   (474 words)

  
 Desperate Housewives
In the film, Sheridan was the object of John Cusack's cross-country quest to find "the sure thing." In addition to Knots Landing, her TV credits include TV miniseries and movies such as Lucky/Chances, Indictment: The McMartin Trial, The People Next Door, The Spiral Staircase and Dead Husbands.
Nicollette Sheridan, born in England and raised in London and Los Angeles, is perhaps best known to TV audiences for portraying the beautiful, powerful and manipulative Paige Matheson in the long-running drama series, Knots Landing.
One of Sheridan's first feature film appearances was in the hit Rob Reiner-directed comedy, The Sure Thing.
abc.go.com /primetime/desperate/bios/nicollette_sheridan.html   (164 words)

  
 Rent Anger Management. DVD rentals from ScreenSelect - the new online way to rent DVDs in the UK.
This is the 3rd time I have seen this film, it is great well acted and has me in knots everytime its a must see!!!
Although I'm not a big fan of Adam Sandler, i have to say he is good in this film.
if u like jack nickleson or adam sandler u will love this, especially if u love the scenes in adam sandlers films where he screws up his face and yells, true to form adam is so funny.
www.screenselect.co.uk /visitor/product_detail.html?product_id=17037   (164 words)

  
 The Buzz
Dowd states, The Santa Monica July 29th screening will be a good opportunity for LA moviegoers to see a truly unique action film.
Producer Jeff Maynard said," We are proud to be a part of this wonderful festival and we are grateful for this honor." The film's director, Jenni Gold, and lead actress, Christopher Templeton, were also in attendance.
The films Rep. Jeff Dowd adds: Jenni has not only directed a film with explosions and elaborate stunts, but she gives the audience a fresh story with an unconventional hero.
www.goldpictures.com /gp_buzz/gp_buzz-press.html   (164 words)

  
 VH1.com : Movies : Person : Bruce Greenwood : Biography
The film was a hit at the Cannes Film Festival, and Greenwood re-teamed with the director for his next film, The Sweet Hereafter, which won a special jury prize at Cannes, while Greenwood was nominated for a Genie award for his supporting role of mourning father Billy Ansell.
Greenwood played Pierce Lawson in 1991 on the evening soap opera Knots Landing, earned a Gemini (the Canadian Emmy) nomination for The Little Kidnappers, and then took home an award for his role in Road to Avonlea.
Canadian character actor Bruce Greenwood spent the 1970s working in regional Vancouver theater, and appeared in many Canadian TV shows during the '80s.
www.vh1.com /movies/person/25236/bio.jhtml   (389 words)

  
 Harry Pattison on D4
The sail is constructed of a shaped membrane, usually of mylar film but it can be of films with light weight woven taffetas on the outer sides for extra durability, supported by yarns laid on top that curve throughout the sail to follow the load paths in the sail.
The lower film membrane of the sail is laid out flat on their construction floor and a computer driven overhead gantry system lays out the continuous yarn matrix on the film.
In light air the sail is very responsive; in 20 knots the sail flattens easily and the leech stays flat and firm.
www.sailinganarchy.com /general/2004/hp_d4update.htm   (389 words)

  
 Bend OR
(approximately 300 knots are listed at this time) adjustable bend adjustable hitch adjustable loop albright knot alpine butterfly bend alpine butterfly knot alpine butterfly loop alpine coil alternate ring hitching anchor bend angler's knot angler's loop arbor knot artillery loop ashe...
Alphabetical List of knots The variant knot names are included in the list with redirecting links to the most formal name.
List of hitch knots From EZRESULTS.COM, the free encyclopedia.
www.access2info.net /information/Bend+OR   (389 words)

  
 Synoptique - Style As Sample :
The reason I bring the Harvard professor of philosophy Nelson Goodman (1906-1998) into the fray is that I believe that his work on style might be used to untangle knots of this kind.
In this brief reflection, Colin Burnett argues that the most appropriate metaphor for film style is Harvard philosopher Nelson Goodman’s image of the sample, which not only evades some of the conceptual shortcomings of available theories of film style, but draws attention to the strengths of these theories as well.
Goodman’s sample metaphor suggests that the questions that lead to an examination of a work’s style are not the same as those that lead to an examination of its form.
www.synoptique.ca /core/en/articles/burnett_style   (2116 words)

  
 Michael York
After a brief stint as a producer, the '80s were a slow time for York's film career and he moved on to countless TV movies, after-school specials, and a reoccurring role on the soap opera Knots Landing.
York remains best known for his film work of the late '60s, but he also developed a lengthy career in televised adaptations of literary classics.
Taking him into the world of feature films, Zeffirelli cast the young actor in the roles of Lucentio for the Taming of the Shrew and Tybalt for Romeo & Juliet.
www.djangomusic.com /actor_bio.asp?pid=P+78072   (345 words)

  
 Galaxy M101
Like other large nearby galaxies, several knots of emission nebulosity and star forming regions with NGC designations can be recorded in deep photographs and seen visually in large telescopes.
Film: Gas-hypersensitized Fujicolor Super G 800 color negative film
www.astropix.com /HTML/C_SPRING/M101_O.HTM   (345 words)

  
 Vol. 2 (2004)
- When Bea is underground punching a hole in the coffin, there are no knots visible to us on the first punch she gives, though after the first punch, 2 knots are appear.
Trivia: Unlike every other Quentin Tarantino film (including vol.
His enthusiasm in paying homage to the westerns, kung-fu flicks and gangster thrillers that have shaped his life is infectious and tremendously welcome considering the vast sea of banality churned out each year by studios who are more infatuated with the bottom line than with the artistic merit.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0378194   (345 words)

  
 Monty Python's Flying Circus
Never really jumped shark BUT, never mind Ted McGinley, if you're making a film with Eric Idle in it and its not a Python film, you are sunk.
Never jumped, never came close, never even saw the shark; they were happy on a luxury cruise of comedic potential going about 50 knots with endless fuel (hey, that's pretty good, I'll have to remember that).
I wouldn't say that the show ever "jumped the shark," although it was certainly different after about a quarter of the way through the 3rd season.
www.jumptheshark.com /m/montypython.htm   (345 words)

  
 Mystic River (2003) - Reviews - Moovees.com
With his latest effort, an uncompromised and gut-wrenching film called Mystic River, Eastwood is at the top of his game and proves you don't need a big budget to make a movie of epic proportions.
Unlike most of the films he's directed, Eastwood does not play a character in Mystic River, and there's no reason he should considering he already has so much talent to work with.
The tone of the film is so jarring because you never quite know who you can trust and what they've done and what their motives are, which is paralleled by the cold and relentless cinematography.
www.moovees.com /review/mystic-river.html   (345 words)

  
 What is morning wood?
While many people will give you some goofy definition for morning wood that sounds like something out of a pornographic horror film, the true answer to the question "what is morning wood" is rather simple and mundane.
Morning wood has more swirls, knots, sap and other imperfections that make the lumber weak.
Normal wood has grain without swirls or knots.
www.getodd.com /stuf/morngwood.html   (318 words)

  
 What is morning wood?
While many people will give you some goofy definition for morning wood that sounds like something out of a pornographic horror film, the true answer to the question "what is morning wood" is rather simple and mundane.
Morning wood has more swirls, knots, sap and other imperfections that make the lumber weak.
Normal wood has grain without swirls or knots.
www.getodd.com /stuf/morngwood.html   (318 words)

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